After two years of discussion on plans to build a government “super-complex” south of Santa Fe, New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez is seeking six more months to decide on the exact location.

The proposed site, known as Las Soleras, would include a stop for the Rail Runner commuter line from Albuquerque, along with residential and commercial development. The project, headed by developers John Mahoney and Skip Skarsgard, was chosen for the state office complex when Democrat Bill Richardson was governor. Martinez, a Republican who took office Jan. 1, wants to review the project before making a decision, officials said.

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